Twenty Trades That Defined Boston Sports

Dan McConeCorrespondent IMay 30, 2009

Twenty Trades That Defined Boston Sports

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20. New England Patriots Trade the 16th Pick of the 1985 Draft to San Francisco for the 49ers 28th, 56th and 84th Overall Picks

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19. Boston Bruins Trade Joe Thornton to San Jose for Marco Sturm, Keith Primeau and Brad Stuart

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18. Cincinnati Trades Corey Dillon to New England for 2004 2nd Round Pick

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17. Boston Red Sox Trade Sparky Lyle to New York Yankees for Danny Cater and Mario Guerrero

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16. Oakland Raiders Trade Randy Moss to New England for a 2007 4th Round Pick

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15. Colorado Avalanche Trades Brian Rolston, Sammy Pahlsson, Martin Grenier and a 1st Round Pick To Boston for Ray Bourque and Dave Andrychuk

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14. Boston Celtics sends the No. 5 Pick in the 2008 Draft, Wally Sczcerbiak and Delonte West to Boston for Ray Allen and the #35 Pick

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13. Boston Celtics sends Ryan Gomes, Al Jefferson, Gerald Green, Sebastian Telfair, Theo Ratliff and a 2009 1st Round Pick to Minnesota for Kevin Garnett

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12. Boston Bruins Trade Barry Pederson to Vancouver for Cam Neely and a 1st Round Draft Pick

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11. Boston Celtics Trade Rick Robey and Draft Picks to Phoenix for Dennis Johnson

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10. Houston Astros Trade Larry Anderson to Boston for Jeff Bagwell

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9. Boston Celtics send Gerald Henderson to Seattle for a 1986 1st Round Pick

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8. Boston Red Sox Trade Heathcliff Slocumb to Seattle for Derek Lowe and Jason Varitek

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7. Boston Red Sox Trade Jorge De La Rosa, Casey Fossum, Brandon Lyon and Michael Goss to Arizona for Curt Schilling

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6. New England Patriots Trade Drew Bledsoe to Buffalo for a 2003 1st Round Pick

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5. Boston Bruins Trade Pit Martin, Jack Norris, and Gilles Marotte to Chicago for Phil Esposito, Ken Hodge and Fred Stanfield

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4. Boston Celtics Trade the No. 1 and No. 13 Pick in the 1980 NBA Draft Pick to Golden State for Robert Parish and the No. 3 Pick

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3. In a Four Way Trade, Boston Sends Nomar Garciaparra and Matt Murton to Chicago and Receives Orlando Cabrera from Montreal and Doug Mientkiewicz from Minnesota

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2. New York Yankees Send $125,000 Plus other cash considerations to Boston for Babe Ruth

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1. Boston Celtics Trade Ed MacCauley and the Draft rights to Cliff Hagan to the St. Louis Hawks for the No. 2 Pick in the 1956 Draft

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